Essential supervisory skills

9:00AM - 5:00PM, 21 - 22 Mar 2022

Essential supervisory skills

Time:                  Monday 21 March 9am ‑ 5pm

                             Tuesday 22 March 9am ‑ 5pm

CPD Value:        12 Credits

Cost:                   Member £230 + VAT | Non Member £460 + VAT

This two day class will encompass many of the key skills required by a supervisor or manager. Each of the topic areas discussed will provide delegates with a comprehensive knowledge and approach to the important role of the supervisor in the workplace today. Enabling delegates to motivate, manage and take charge of both projects and people.

Learning Outcomes

  • The role of the supervisor
  • Supervising former colleagues and establishing boundaries
  • Setting targets, planning workflow and performance monitoring
  • Developing teams and dealing with meetings and team briefings
  • Controlling absenteeism, timekeeping and disciplinary procedures
  • Leadership, team motivation and problem solving

Presented by: Michael Astrop, Principal, Coach the Mind

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Michael Astrop

Principal Coach the Mind

Michael Astrop has been speaking, writing and coaching on communications and human behavior for the last twenty years working with a wide range of organisations from the public sector to commercial organisations and the third sector. He is a tutor for the Institute of Leadership & Management and has been working with BIGGA both locally and nationally for over six years on subjects as diverse as presentation skills and managing difficult situations, so he is well known to many greenkeepers from Scotland to Hampshire.


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